The travel ban imposed by Russia is estimated to have caused billions of dollars in losses for the Turkish tourism industry.
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International Business Times cites a videotape that purportedly shows five children shooting at the heads of prisoners in Syria's Raqqa district.
Ten of the dead in the attack by suspected government helicopters were children, including an infant and a toddler. Russia has agreed to the ceasefire but other parties have not yet signed on to the deal.
The policeman was kidnapped by militants Tuesday while driving a police car in el-Arish, then shot and killed on Thursday.
No immediate claims of responsibility for the attack in Kabul. Some 700 students had been rescued, Kabul police chief says.
Khaled al-Obeiedi is the first in his post to be voted out since Western forces overthrew Saddam Hussein in 2003.
Hesham Azizi, also known as Abu Hafs al Baloushi, was the head of the Ansar al Furqan militant organization, according to the SITE intelligence group.
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry told Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu on Thursday that YPG fighters were retreating to the east of the Euphrates river, a red line for Turkey, foreign ministry sources in Ankara said.
King Abdullah vows to maintain status quo at the holy compound, criticizes Israeli policies in Jerusalem.
Kemal Kilicdaroglu was traveling in the country's northeast when shots were exchanged between the police and an unidentified party.